Most Campus Commuters

Sharing a shoebox-sized dorm room with a relative stranger is not part of the college experience for all students. At a few of the universities on this list, commuting is the only option, since some urban schools and some rural schools don’t offer on-campus housing. Students at many of the other schools listed below may opt to live at home and avoid costly room and board fees or share off-campus housing for a little more space and independence. These colleges reported the highest percentages of students who were commuters for the 2018-2019 academic year.




American Samoa Community College Pago Pago, AS 100%
ArtCenter College of Design Pasadena, CA 100%
Athens State University Athens, AL 100%
Berkeley College Woodland Park, NJ 100%
Brandman University Irvine, CA 100%
Broward College Fort Lauderdale, FL 100%
Calumet College of St. Joseph Whiting, IN 100%
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Los Angeles, CA 100%
Charter Oak State College New Britain, CT 100%
CUNY–Brooklyn College Brooklyn, NY 100%
CUNY–Lehman College Bronx, NY 100%
CUNY–New York City College of Technology Brooklyn, NY 100%
CUNY–York College Jamaica, NY 100%
Florida National University–Main Campus Hialeah, FL 100%
Golden Gate University San Francisco, CA 100%
Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College St. Louis, MO 100%
Granite State College Concord, NH 100%
Indiana University East Richmond, IN 100%
Indiana University–Kokomo Kokomo, IN 100%
Indiana University Northwest Gary, IN 100%
Lake Washington Institute of Technology Kirkland, WA 100%
Mercy College of Health Sciences Des Moines, IA 100%
Metropolitan State University of Denver Denver, CO 100%
National University La Jolla, CA 100%
Peirce College Philadelphia, PA 100%
South Florida State College Avon Park, FL 100%
SUNY Empire State College Saratoga Springs, NY 100%
University of Colorado–Denver Denver, CO 100%
University of Houston–Downtown Houston, TX 100%
University of Maryland University College Adelphi, MD 100%
University of Michigan–Dearborn Dearborn, MI 100%
University of Puerto Rico–Arecibo Arecibo, PR 100%
University of Puerto Rico–Humacao Humacao, PR 100%
Utah Valley University Orem, UT 100%
VanderCook College of Music Chicago, IL 100%
Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration Troy, MI 100%
CUNY–John Jay College of Criminal Justice New York, NY 99%
Dunwoody College of Technology Minneapolis, MN 99%
California State University–Chico Chico, CA 98%
California State University–Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 98%
CUNY–Baruch College New York, NY 98%
CUNY–Hunter College New York, NY 98%
CUNY–Queens College Queens, NY 98%
Florida SouthWestern State College Fort Myers, FL 98%
University of Hawaii–West Oahu Kapolei, HI 98%
Louisiana State University–Shreveport Shreveport, LA 97%
Northeastern Illinois University Chicago, IL 97%
Post University Waterbury, CT 97%
University of Houston–Clear Lake Houston, TX 97%
Berkeley College New York, NY 96%
California State University–Fresno Fresno, CA 96%
California State University–Long Beach Long Beach, CA 96%
CUNY–College of Staten Island Staten Island, NY 96%
University of Guam Mangilao, GU 96%
Weber State University Ogden, UT 96%
Boston Architectural College Boston, MA 95%
California State University–Dominguez Hills Carson, CA 95%
Lebanese American University Chouran, null 95%
California State University–Fullerton Fullerton, CA 94%
California State University–San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA 94%
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